When BLOODMOON played cinemas in its native Australia in 1990 it revived a familiar old B-horror movie gimmick, the "fright break." Midway through the picture the screen went blank and a voice announced that viewers had one last chance to flee the theater before the bloody conclusion. Mass
walkouts are an entirely appropriate response to BLOODMOON, but faint-heartedness has nothing to do with it.
The carnage centers on a Catholic girl's school surrounded by some scary woods, where the nubile young women frequently tryst with lusty boys from a nearby all-male academy. But lately the lovers never progress past breast-kneading, for a maniac is strangling them with...